Happy Memorial Day!
Several Fridays have come and gone, but we haven’t shared our Friday Finds in over a month. The school year is coming to a close and with that there have been back-to-back activities keeping us on the go. Busy, busy, busy but summer is coming and we are thrilled to enjoy all that it has to offer and that includes summer food!
Speaking of summer food, I finally started my garden. A bit late this year but the weather was so strange and unpredictable. So far we have planted roma and heirloom tomatoes, white eggplant, zucchini, bell peppers and herbs: rosemary, basil, mint and thyme. I’m so excited this year since we now have a fence and I no longer need to fence in my garden to keep out deer and other pests (finger’s crossed!).
Here are some great finds for the summer. Enjoy!
Red's Burritos are absolutely delicious. They're a quick and easy lunch and perfect for those busy summer days. They are made with no added hormones, preservatives or artificial ingredients. Varieties include Turkey, Sausage, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Burritos. I have yet to find the burrito bowls in our grocery store and I am dying to try them, too. Visit Red's for more info
It wouldn't be summer without these cool treats. To align with the movie premiere on June 3, The Original Brand Popsicle® has come out with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles™ popsicles featuring bold, refreshing flavors like, Orange Fury, Cherry Crush, Blue Raspberry Blast and Smashing Grape. My kids love them! Visit Popsicle for more info.
Pic's Peanut Butter
We need all the help we need keeping up with the kids this summer. Bring on the caffeine! Monthly subscription boxes are definitely a great gift idea for the person who has everything, or even just an amazing monthly treat for yourself! Bean Box is a business based out of Seattle and is the only company to deliver freshly-roasted coffee from 20 of Seattle’s premier artisan roasters. You get to pick the roast preference (and the package ships fresh within 48 hours of roasting! Packages from $17-$20 per month. Visit Beanbox for more info.